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so it takes 1.36 volts to run at 4.5 ghz on my 3570k. Now my question is at this point will delidding this cpu help anything other than the chips temps? or i am i pretty much stuck at 4.4ghz. cus at 4.5 the temps are just too high for me. hitting about 90c
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so it takes 1.36 volts to run at 4.5 ghz on my 3570k. Now my question is at this point will delidding this cpu help anything other than the chips temps? or i am i pretty much stuck at 4.4ghz. cus at 4.5 the temps are just too high for me. hitting about 90c

Check out my profile I have some screen shots on example bios settings. I was able to achieve 4.7 on my 3570K also vcore wise I dont like to go any higher than 1.35v which you seem to be close to but im sure you could down the voltage by a good amount at 4.4 unless you did not get the greatest clocking chip. Also temps I personally dont like anything higher than 80c (genrally if i produce temps higher than 76c i will downclock) however most people seem to the anything higher than 78c is not worth the risk.
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Check out my profile I have some screen shots on example bios settings. I was able to achieve 4.7 on my 3570K also vcore wise I dont like to go any higher than 1.35v which you seem to be close to but im sure you could down the voltage by a good amount at 4.4 unless you did not get the greatest clocking chip. Also temps I personally dont like anything higher than 80c (genrally if i produce temps higher than 76c i will downclock) however most people seem to the anything higher than 78c is not worth the risk.

Hmm yea its weird because i can run 4.4ghz at 1.296 (1.3) volts fine but then 4.5 takes so much more to be stable frown.gif thinkin about returning it to newegg and gettin another and hoping fora better chip but knowing my luck i will get a worse one so i will probably stick with what i have i guess.
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Hmm yea its weird because i can run 4.4ghz at 1.296 (1.3) volts fine but then 4.5 takes so much more to be stable frown.gif thinkin about returning it to newegg and gettin another and hoping fora better chip but knowing my luck i will get a worse one so i will probably stick with what i have i guess.

Honestly man no matter what its still a good processor. I would do the return...what do you have to lose if the exchange is free to do???
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so it takes 1.36 volts to run at 4.5 ghz on my 3570k. Now my question is at this point will delidding this cpu help anything other than the chips temps? or i am i pretty much stuck at 4.4ghz. cus at 4.5 the temps are just too high for me. hitting about 90c

Delidding wont help you getting the vcore down, if thats what you mean,
it gives you more headroom to oc, because too high temps arent the issue anymore, only (high/max) vcore,
1.36V vcore at 4.5ghz is very high, i think if you return, and get another, you cant get worse then that smile.gif
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You got unlucky with silicon lottery mate. Try if you can replace it or something, if not, just keep it at 4.4, the difference isn't huge in 100hmz rolleyes.gif
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Yeah that is high for that clock speed and bro don't dellid if you havent already done so or have done if you have done it in the past. These chips are monsters you can hit up to 90c daily without issues for a couple of years and by then youll be looking to upgrade....also what is your probable time period of how long your going to keep this chip till upgrade? Im running mine at 4.8ghz 48x100 @ 1.368v with llc on ultra high.

Now something you can try that should lower your vcore would be to raise the vcssa to around 1.085-1.100 this should overall lower your vcore for instance... at 4.8 with vccsa on stock 1.050 i need a vcore of a solid 1.37v to run stable without any drop in voltage...now at vcssa of 1.100 i can run my vcore at 1.34-1.36v witout any issues of droop in voltage etc and ram runs stable at lower times etc.
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post #8 of 13
...and I thought my sample was a power hog tongue.gif

Mine requires 1.344 V for 4.6GHz and 1.296 V for 4.5GHz. I've seen some requiring as low as 1.2 V for 4.5GHz but I'd say that if you are able to achieve the same clock speed just keep the chip. 4.5GHz is a respectable overclock. Also, what cooler are you using?
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Im glad for once everyone is thinking the same on a thread hahaha
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well just ordered the new Corsair H110 yesterday so hopefully that will help drop the temps and maybe get a little more clock out of it! what do yall recommend for max VCorefor daily use?
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